Jessica Claire
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Scientific: PCR, qPCR, RT-PCR, ddRAD-Sequencing, Adaptor Ligation and Barcoding, DNA Extraction and Quantification, Next-Gen Sequencing, SDS PAGE, Gel Electrophoresis, Magnetic Bead DNA cleanup, Restriction Digest, Dissections, Serial Dilutions and Chemical Preparation, Spectroscopy and NMR Analysis, Microscopy, Gram Staining, Aseptic Technique, Western Blot, Brain Slicing, Immunohistochemistry

Strengths: Customer Service, Critical Thinking, Flexibility, Adaptability, Detail Oriented, Team Player, Initiative, Goal Oriented, Judgement, Honesty and Integrity , Communication, Analysis and Problem Solving, Time Management

Master of Science: BIOTECHNOLOGY (Specialization: Regulatory Affairs), Expected in 05/2022
Johns Hopkins University - Baltimore, MD
  • Cumulative GPA: 4.00
  • Completed Coursework: in Advanced Cell Biology I and II, Introduction to Regulatory Affairs, Regulatory Strategies in Biopharmaceuticals, Clinical and Molecular Diagnostics, Cell Culture Techniques, and Medical Device Regulation.
  • Projects: 510(k), Pre-IND Meeting Request, Clinical and Regulatory Strategy for a fictional drug, REMS Presentation on Zulresso Injection, Presentation on drug Prilosec, Regulatory Strategy for product in Preclinical/ Phase 1 (Moderna- mRNA-3927)
  • Accomplishment: Student Ambassador of International Students at Hopkins (ISAH): November 2020 – Present
Bachelor of Science: BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES (Minor: Chemistry), Expected in 12/2018
California State University - San Marcos - San Marcos, CA
  • Dean's List Honoree from 2015- 2019
  • Cum laude graduate | Cumulative GPA: 3.67
  • International Students Scholarship: Fall 2015 - Fall 2018
  • College of Science and Mathematics ViaSat Summer Scholars Award: August 2018
  • Tukwut Leadership Circle Award: May 2018
  • Alpha Lambda Delta Honors Award for Freshmen: December 2015
  • Accomplishments:

- Social Media Director of Global Connections: January 2015 - August 2018

- Treasurer of Indian Student Organization: January 2016 - August 2018

- Council Member of American Chemistry Society (ACS): September 2016 - Present

- Council Member of Alpha Lambda Delta Honors Society: September 2015 - Present

- Council Member of Tukwut Leadership Circle: January 2017 - January 2018

- Student Volunteer: Cesar Chavez Day of Service, International Fair, International Coffee Hour, International Student Orientation, Super STEM Saturday

- Presenter: Demonstrated chemistry experiments at San Diego Miramar College


A graduate student currently pursuing Masters in Biotechnology with a specialization in Regulatory Affairs at Johns Hopkins University. Previously, a laboratory technician with a strong foundation in life sciences. A hardworking professional experienced in working in both corporate and academic setting with a proven ability to learn tools and get certified within a short period of time. A well- developed inclusive leader through academics, and industry. Takes ownership and brings a positive attitude and charm to the team. Seeking an entry-level Regulatory Affairs opportunity to assist in driving the objective of innovation and protecting public health.

The New SchoolNew York, NY,
  • Primary point of contact for daily administrative tasks for the lab.
  • Assist with Huntington and Alzheimer's research projects for academic publications.
  • Execute qualitative and quantitative analysis on wide range of data.
  • Apply good documentation practices when recording data and managing source documentation.
  • Prepare tables, graphs, fact sheets and written reports summarizing research results.
  • Provide comprehensive research assistance and support when designing and executing experiments (Western Blot, IHC, Tissue slicing, Genotype, DNA extraction, Perfusions, Colony census).
  • Use diverse laboratory equipment, including Thermal Cycler, Nanodrop, Odyssey Gel Imager, Centrifuge, Microtome, etc.
  • In charge of sterilization of labware and tips using autoclave.
  • Train new undergraduates/ graduate students joining lab.
  • Optimize equipment with calibration and maintenance to obtain accurate and precise results.
  • Identify and resolve data issues to drive accuracy and integrity.
  • Rewrite and compile a protocol binder with up-to-date protocols.
Steris CorporationDenver, CO,
  • Patient slide filing on daily basis.
  • Slide sorting from previous years.
  • Handled and maintained patient portfolio confidentiality.
  • Scanned packing slips and tracked orders.
  • Shipping and receiving of packages on regular basis.
  • Block return to referring physicians once every week.
  • Inventory of lab supplies weekly.
  • Sample pickup runs from Hopkins Hospital twice every day.
  • Finished additional projects in timely manner as assigned by supervisor.
  • Gathered biological samples for laboratory tests.
  • Collected, labeled and stored lab samples according to laboratory specifications.
  • Audited specimen integrity and identification classifications to maintain accurate records.
LABORATORY TECHNICIAN, 01/2019 to 11/2020
  • Performed mini prep and midi prep of various bacterial cultures with varying construct, restriction digest and gel purification of plasmid DNA, protein analysis using ELISA and western blot, and DNA genotyping via agarose gels using appropriate DNA ladders.
  • Conducted manual pipetting of large numbers of samples and performed DNA extractions from mice tails in high throughput format using various extraction kits.
  • Experienced in PCR, qPCR, RT- PCR methodologies, optimization, and data interpretation.
  • Maintained PCR primer stocks, optimized concentrations, performed all related calculations, and maintained neat, accurate and complete records.
  • Conducted isolation of peripheral blood mononuclear cell, freezing and thawing cells from liquid nitrogen, and maintain cell cultures by passing, picking and expanding cells.
  • Experienced working in BSL-1 and BSL-2 laboratory environment.
  • Attended safety workshops (OSHA, EPIC+, Hazmat, IIPP Basics) and worked with safety committee to ensure compliance with all applicable local, state and federal regulations.
  • Supported basic laboratory operations and organization of files, product manuals, and electronic databases.
  • Skilled in ordering and restocking of common laboratory supplies and working with vendors to streamline lab purchases.
  • Conducted repair and maintenance of laboratory equipment such as water bath, incubators, biological safety cabinets, fume hoods, etc.
  • Assisted with updating and maintaining safety-related SOPs, procedures and SDS.
  • Performed asset tracking, audited laboratory notebooks and shipped hazardous materials.

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